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倖田來未 Lyrics


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1000の言葉 君の言葉は 夢の優しさかな? ウソを全部 覆い隠してる ズルイよね 旅立つ君に 冷めた背中見せて 聞い…
Birthday Eve Kyou wa yatto yatte kita Hajimete no kessenbi Ichinen ni ich…
Bling Bling Bling Baby all I want is that Bling bling bling And your car…
Boom Boom Boys Boom boom 高鳴る胸 揺らし Everybody 止まんない誘惑 We are drunker hacker こ…
Break it down 最後のピース 見つからない パズルの様な恋の罠 女の勘を 鈍らせてく ふたつの愛情が狂わせる そっと 黙って 僕の目を …
BUT (チャ チャ チャ チャ チャ チャン) (チャ チャ チャ チャ チャ…
Butterfly 信じたい未来を今この手 掴みとるから 諦める事は まだ早いの 綺麗になる Burning Heart もっと も…
Candle Light 夜になるとほんと 切なさが ぎゅっと どうしようもなくて 一番近くにいたはずだったのにね もういない 誰よりもわかっ…
candy Uraxxx hahaha uraxxx ye 何でもいいわけじゃない 見た目にこだわるタイプでもない だから ソレが欲…
Cherry Girl 男ってロデオにうまく 使われないように気づいて ゲームは絢了!!だと叫んで 教えてあげる つまずいても笑いとばして 裸…
Crazy 4 U Sono kurayami de tsume wo migaite wa Nerai sadamete kuchibir…
Cutie Honey この頃 はやりの女の子 お尻の小さな 女の子 こっちを向いてよ ハニー だってなんだか だってだってなんだもん お願い…
feel 車の中そっと髪をなでてくれた 君の手のぬくもり今胸を熱くしてく 二人だけの空間秘密の時間がそっと 走り出す気持ち私を置い…
Get It On Got a got a let you know No one could come…
I'll be there 焼け付くような この太陽に 何かがそう 起こる気がしてるんだ この瞬間に I'll be there for you …
INTRODUCTION Wanna be Wanna be Wanna be eh eh eh Wanna be Wanna be…
It's a Small World It's a world of laughter, a world of tears It's a world…
It's all Love! U ready? M to the I to the S, 0, N,…
JUICY Oh, juicy, wow ギュッと絞った juice グッと飲み干す your body もっと deep ins…
Let's Party Fukaku tameiki tsuki Umaku ika nai koto de IRAIRA Soredemo t…
Like It I think he like it ooh think he like it I…
love across the ocean love across the ocean 唄 倖田來未 作詞 Koda Kumi 作曲 TSUKASA どんなに離…
LOVE ME BACK Check check, bling bling Diamonds and sapphires and you, oh…
Milk Tea ここは わたしと あなたの お城 そんなに 大きな部屋じゃないけど 一緒にいれる毎日が 楽しかったりするの 少し遅れた…
Moon Crying 君とよく歩いた いつもの道と私 月と歩きながら 悲しいメロディー あんな顔をさせる つもりじゃなかったの ただ「好き」な…
No Regret 譲れないの 誰にも この思いだけは 運命さえ超えていけるなら 冷たい都会の 片隅に一人 居場所もなくただずっと…
Pearl Moon Chakushin rireki Anata no namae ga Konna ni mo watashi Shiaw…
POP DIVA You know I'm the top diva Most beautiful, powerful, and tale…
real Emotion real Emotion What can I do for you?... I can hear you What…
Selfish 悩むことにそろそろ疲れた 現実の波にのみこまれ 逃げ出したくなる日もあったね 愛だけじゃ縛れないから 新しい…
So Into You 目の前に 広がった この世界 こんなにもそう 美しくって 希望たちが満ち溢れてる 愛を知る為だけに生まれたの? いつから…
Someday Mata deattara issho ni warai aitai Sonna hi ga kuru no…
SWEET MEMORIES なつかしい痛みだわ ずっと前に忘れていた でもあなたを見たとき 時間だけ後戻りしたの 「幸福?」と聞かないで 嘘つくのは…
SWITCH Push the button elevator の扉閉じて 無限に We goin' up and down 押し続け…
TABOO Come come quicker Loud loud speaker Click click bang 引いちゃうかも…
The Meaning of Peace どうしてここまで 自分ばっかり守ってたんだろ 人の痛みもわからずきちゃったね 何かできることあっただろうに ほんとの私は…
Ultraviolet Get it get it now Get it get it get it…
WIND 風に向かって走るんだ どんな辛いことあっても 明るい未来がそこにあるから つかみとることを描いて 幸せへと一歩ずつ進んで…
Winter Bell 耳を澄まして 聞こえてくるよ Tururu...ベルが鳴り響く 恋人達の季節が来たんだ きっと きっと素敵な魔法の日 一…
XXX Three lines stand for deep, Sexy, cool Uh stimulation is goo…
you 白い息が 冬を告げる 君の街にはもう 雪が降ってる 遠く遠く 感じるのは 距離なんかじゃなく 心が思う 二人の願…
Your Sunshine 特別そんな場所でも ないけどふたりでいると It's so special 明るい空間 変わってゆくよね 夢じゃないんだ…
キューティーハニー この頃 はやりの女の子 お尻の小さな 女の子 こっちを向いてよ ハニー だってなんだか だってだってなんだもん …
人魚姫 海に揺れてる 月夜の中で 小さな泡になって消えてしまいたい いっそあたしが 人魚姫なら 泡になって消えてしまえるの…
今すぐ欲しい Ooh そう女にも欲しい夜があるって Ooh わかるでしょ そうたまらない時があるってことを 誰でもいいわけじゃない だ…
奇跡 乾いた地面からぐっと熱がこぼれる いつか置いてきた夢が不意にはじけた 高いプライドを捨てて進むことさえ あの日の僕にはき…
愛を止めないで 時の流れは無常で あなたと私を引き離す 愛を何度 叫んでも 想い出だけは 置き去りのまま 心の闇に気付けなかった自分が…

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EmNudge

Thanks for the kind words!
Yes, that's a very good point. It's definitely easier to see the relationship between binary and hexadecimal than binary and decimal. When dealing with binary data, we also almost always view it in hex format.

I decided to focus on decimal/binary here primarily to get people outside of the "think in memory" space. My teaching philosophy is based on the idea that there is often a lot of assumed information in tutorials/instructions and it would be best to pretend someone has very little background in the topic when explaining it. Hexidecimal is definitely easier to translate between the 2, but I wanted to get the point across about them being real numbers corresponding to this massive Unicode lookup table, rather than just some memory concept.

To elaborate, you mentioned that you prefer to think of 'A' as 0x41 rather than 64, but it is in fact 65, not 64. I wanted to strengthen the relationship between the memory representation and the human readable one. I don't personally count in hexadecimal, so it's easier for me to see that 0xA3 is larger than 0x56 when we translate them into decimal (163 vs 84).

Of course at the end of the day, I don't think I would have lost an enormous amount of pedagogical power either way. I could have used hexadecimal and not too much would have changed.

Thanks for the comment!



J_Tanzanite

Great video!

One note on UTF-16 taking up less space with Asian letters: http://utf8everywhere.org/#asian
I haven't tested this myself, but it would seem reasonable that if Latin and Asian letters are used together (like in websites with HTML tags), UTF-16 doesn't take up less space.
And it's when the text only contains Asian letters that UTF-16 does take up less space.
Again, haven't tested and confirmed for myself. But this leaves UTF-16 still useful in some cases :)

UTF-8 really does seem like the best encoding method tho.
Especially since when it was originally developed by Ken Thompson, it allowed for 1-6 byte long encodings (Which would allow it to encode all 21 bits).
It wasn't until 2003 I believe, when the UTF-8 standard changed so it would be at most 4 bytes.
I think this was done to match the limitations of UTF-16, which could at most encode 0x10FFFF codepoints, and that would be 4 bytes in UTF-8.
Correct me if I am wrong.



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someone is asking

HOLY SHT!!! This tutorial is so clear and the visual makes it even better to understand. Amazing voice as well :)

Levi For Waifu

Why is John Patrick Lowrie teaching me about text characters?

solmenir

I spent quite some time learning about Unicode, character sets and such. One thing I couldn't find was a comprehensive description on how surrogate pairs work. This video just made the perfect, easy to understand example, then went on and explained UTF-8 perfectly. I wish I started this whole topic with this video.

Discrete Games

This is such a great and thorough explanation of Unicode! I really started to understand. Clear voice - good at explaining - nice visuals. Great job 👍

Raj Mishra

This was the most concise video on Unicode I have seen. Thank you sooo much.

Doug DesCombaz

Amazingly done. Definitely added clarity for me.

jvsnyc

This is absolutely one of the best Unicode tutorials I have seen anywhere. I was thinking that it was an error to say "before 2000, Unicode was 16 bits" as I memorized July 1996 as the point that changed, but the RFC only came out in 2000.
The UTF-16 encoding scheme was developed as a compromise and introduced with version 2.0 of the Unicode standard in July 1996.[8] It is fully specified in RFC 2781, published in 2000 by the IETF.[9][10]

jvsnyc

This is such an excellent video. The one question that I had was would it make sense to focus even more on hexadecimal rather than decimal (called denary by some pedants because there's no decimal points, we just have integers-but I saw the term used in one great video)...when working with Unicode shouldn't we be mostly just thinking about hexadecimal representations, the actual character names (and block names and script names and whatever) and the glyphs when they get rendered? I realize that not everyone grew up converting binary images drawn on graph paper to hex codes to make video games, but -- isn't it easier to just forget about decimal/denary entirely when your mind is in Unicode-space? It is way easier to see binary-hex relationships than binary-decimal ones. Just a question, the video is awesome either way. Even in ASCII, I normally prefer to think of 'A' as 0x41 rather than 64, and 'a' as 0x61 rather than 97.

jvsnyc

@EmNudge I totally get it now. I don't think of hex numbers as only about addresses and encodings, but also as numbers like code points and other real-world values, so I didn't see it that way. I am about equally good in addition in either hex or decimal. When subtracting I have to convert to binary (or even for complementing) and can only do small ones in my head without scratch space...while going forward I think I will continue to always think of the hex values of code points, rather than the decimal ones (most unicode.org materials seem rather hex based) but I learned some more from your answer.

EmNudge

Thanks for the kind words!
Yes, that's a very good point. It's definitely easier to see the relationship between binary and hexadecimal than binary and decimal. When dealing with binary data, we also almost always view it in hex format.

I decided to focus on decimal/binary here primarily to get people outside of the "think in memory" space. My teaching philosophy is based on the idea that there is often a lot of assumed information in tutorials/instructions and it would be best to pretend someone has very little background in the topic when explaining it. Hexidecimal is definitely easier to translate between the 2, but I wanted to get the point across about them being real numbers corresponding to this massive Unicode lookup table, rather than just some memory concept.

To elaborate, you mentioned that you prefer to think of 'A' as 0x41 rather than 64, but it is in fact 65, not 64. I wanted to strengthen the relationship between the memory representation and the human readable one. I don't personally count in hexadecimal, so it's easier for me to see that 0xA3 is larger than 0x56 when we translate them into decimal (163 vs 84).

Of course at the end of the day, I don't think I would have lost an enormous amount of pedagogical power either way. I could have used hexadecimal and not too much would have changed.

Thanks for the comment!

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